Faith

Pastor Jack Dickson: Looking out at the other side of the window

For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways and my thoughts than your thoughts. (Isaiah 55: 9) Windows are like walls. They muffle sounds, and keep out the cold and wet. They restrict passage from one place to another. But windows […]

Music in the Park to feature 3 in One, Huffman, Russells on Sept. 30

Wilson Park soon will be host to a concert under the rotunda. On Sept. 30, several local artists will gather for “Music in the Park.” “This is a free event to show our (appreciation) for all the love and support that the community has given us,” said event organizer Sandy […]

In Wheresoever They May Be, Wangard blends research with characters

The newest release by Terri Wangard, Wheresoever They May Be, is a well-crafted historical fiction novel. The story centers on four people — Lily, Frank, Susan and Joe — and their contributions to the war effort. Wheresoever They May Be doesn’t revolve around a particular battle or mystery. Instead, it […]

Karen Witemeyer returns to beloved Western setting in “Heart on the Line”

Grace Mallory is tired of running, of hiding. But when an old friend sends an after-hours telegraph transmission warning Grace that the man who has hunted her for nearly a year has discovered her location, she fears she has no choice. She can’t let the villain she believes responsible for […]

The Return, by Suzanne Woods Fisher, a complex, highly enjoyable read

Best-selling novelist Suzanne Woods Fisher returns to her Amish Beginnings series in The Return. Fisher treks underutilized territory as this novel centers around a young Amish woman who is kidnapped by Native Americans in a raid. The rest of the novel deals with the fallout of this event. We follow […]

Three local churches planning back-to-school events with free supplies

Several local churches are giving back to the community in the next two weeks by helping to provide for students who will start school this month. This weekend, First United Methodist Church will give away shoe vouchers, in cooperation with Walmart. In order to apply, parents must go through the […]

A Name Unknown is a marvelous addition to Roseanna White bibliography

Roseanna M. White’s newest novel, A Name Unknown, is a marvelous addition to the author’s bibliography. I have read several of her novels in the past and enjoyed them all greatly. However, A Name Unknown quite possibly is my favorite of all of them. The setting of Cornwall was absolutely […]

A Holiday in Bath features three delightful Regency-era clean romances

From the publisher of the USA TODAY bestselling and No. 1 Amazon bestselling Timeless Romance Anthology series in Clean Romance comes A Holiday in Bath, featuring three brand-new Regency romance novellas by Julie Daines, Caroline Warfield and Jaima Fixsen. A Holiday in Bath is a delightful collection of Regency-era short fiction. […]

Jeanne M. Dickson’s Grounded Hearts giveaway and blog tour

What do you get when you mix World War II, a brave midwife, a wounded pilot and a risky secret? Jeanne M. Dickson’s new historical fiction novel, Grounded Hearts. When midwife Nan O’Neil finds a wounded young Canadian pilot at her door, she knows she’s taking a huge risk by […]

The Girl Who Could See by Kara Swanson: Riveting speculative fiction

Click here to purchase. About the Book Book title: The Girl Who Could See Author: Kara Swanson Release date: June 1, 2017 Genre: Science Fiction/Urban Fantasy/Young Adult All her life Fern has been told she is blind to reality — but what if she is the only one who can […]